Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is an associate communicable disease caused by mycobacterium bacterium. T.B. typically affects the lungs, however, it may also have an effect on alternative elements of the body. T.B. is unfolded once someone with a vigorous infection coughs, sneezes, speaks or sings, then someone close breathes within the bacterium. It always affects the lungs, however, it may also have an effect on alternative elements of the body, like the kidneys, spine, and brain.